Bangkok is a hive of activity, with people, traffic, markets, street vendors, scooters and tuk tuks. This was my first visit to Bangkok, travelling with Tourism Thailand for Women’s Journey 2016 – Thailand through her eyes. Coming from a small country town in Northern Victoria, my first impression was one...
Bangkok has made it onto numerous best city lists around the world. Thailand's capital is a buzzing metropolis and there are plenty of things to do in Bangkok all day long. From temples to skyscrapers, shopping malls and street food, this hub of Thai culture is fun to explore....
Just walk into any shopping mall or market in Bangkok and you will see rows of silk items, from pre-cut dressmaking fabrics to neckties and cushion covers. Thai silk is as entrenched in Thailand's culture as Muay Thai, Pad Thai and the Tuk Tuk. It's not surprising that Thai...
The toothless woman behind a pile of tentacles stares at me. It's a you-look-like-a-tourist kind of stare that transcends the language barrier. I nod and point my camera elsewhere. If I had bought a kilogram of squid from the toothless lady I'm sure I'd be posting her photo here...
Fond of foie gras? Love lobster on the beach, toe twirling in the sand and Champagne breakfasts under swaying palms? OK you are a candidate, so keep reading. What if you could combine all of the above plus snorkelling, infinity pools, first class spa treatments, sailing, fishing and solitary beaches?...
Nong Khai is in the North East Region of Thailand, approximately 626km north of Bangkok, in what’s known as the Isaan Region. Isaan is Thailand’s largest region and is located on the Khorat Plateau. This is where the Mekong River forms the border between Thailand and Laos to the North,...
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